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When giving has always been an ingrained family value, it’s only natural that it’s incorporated into the way you do business – especially if your business has been family owned for over 7 decades.
When delegates of Global Eco Conference 2017 walked through Adelaide Zoo and heard – as if orchestrated – a zoo keeper asking a group of children "Does anyone know what I mean when I say reduce, reuse, recycle?” it was obvious the conference organisers had got the venue right.
Congratulations to Whitsunday Bliss for achieving Ecotourism Certification. We’re thrilled to have you on board!
[CORRECTION: This article originally stated that Professor Ross Dowling OAM received his Honorary Life Membership in 2015. This has been changed to the correct year of 2013.]
If you demand more from your next eco adventure, why not be a part of one of the most significant conservation programs in Australia.
Five Ecotourism Australia certified operators were recognised at Victoria’s State Tourism Awards last night, rounding off a fortnight of Tourism Awards celebrations across the country.
Ten Ecotourism Australia certified operators were recognised for their incredible products and dedication to exceptional customer service at NSW’s State Tourism Awards on Thursday, the 16th of November.
[CORRECTION: This article was originally published noting five Ecotourism Australia certified operators received 2017 Brolga Awards. This information was incorrect, as the Alice Springs Visitor Information Centre, certified through its operating organisation, Tourism Central Australia, also received an award. We apologise for the oversight and congratulate Alice Springs Visitor Information Centre for their achievement!]
It was Western Australian Tourism’s night of nights on Saturday, the 11th of November, with seven Ecotourism Australia certified industry leaders taking away two gold, four silver and five bronze awards in recognition of their outstanding service, innovation and business excellence.